Born and raised in Iran (March 8th 1982), Meysam Dadkhah is a PhD holder in Western philosophy. He is a social documentary and street photographer who is fond of narrating daily life events and social issues in his homeland Iran. He began working professionally as self-taught freelance photographer at the age of 22 and has been working as a lecturer with the Iranian Youth Cinema Society in photography, philosophy of art, Aesthetics, and Adobe Lightroom software training for 7 years. Due to the fact that he is a researcher in western philosophy, his approach to photography continues his philosophical path. As philosophy helps to look at the world around us from a new and unconventional perspective, for him, the art of photography is a continuation of this path. His philosophical photography seeks to discover wonders. In his view, the world should be looked at as if it were the first time; see like a child. He focuses more on storytelling and pulling the viewer into his own inner thoughts. He thinks that we can try to capture things that seem to be valid, the way I see them. His photography can be described as concerned, reflective, intuitive and at the same time simple and intimate. Meysam spends much of his time traveling the world, seeking the special and decisive moments for the next perfect shot. His works have been published in magazines throughout the world, and have also been featured in many website. His photographs have also been selected in many national and international festivals have been nominated to win awards.